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WDNR warden: Illegal bear harvest in Price County highlights the importance of firearm safety rules
PARK FALLS, Wis. -- The illegal harvest of a 506-pound black bear in Price County is a reminder to all hunters to know your target before you shoot, and your legal shooting hours so an unintended tragedy does not occur.
Wardens in Action
Friday, October 05, 2018 1:35:48 p.m.
Owl rescued from grill's grip back flying high in wild, thanks to WDNR conservation warden & citizen teamwork
This owl survived a night caught in a car grill to fly again, thanks to teamwork by Warden Meghan Jensen and a citizen. Photo by M. Jensen/WDNR
Wardens in Action
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 8:10:06 a.m.
WDNR wardens leave home floods to help after Long Lake tornado; more Viola rescues & bird in pain gets ride
WDNR Recreation Warden Mitch Groenier of Waukesha already was driving to Long Lake Campground in Fond du Lac County when Lt. Joe Jerich called late Tuesday afternoon.
Wardens in Action
Friday, August 31, 2018 10:38:40 a.m.
Raging flood no match for WDNR wardens on rescue missions in Vernon County; Thanks to Viola Fire Dept.
WDNR wardens equipped with boats, training and a lot of guts rescued residents and pets from flooded Vernon County homes Tuesday night when the Kickapoo River roared into La Farge and Viola with a fury and force that unearthed buildings, fuel tanks, electric lines and more.
Wardens in Action
Wednesday, August 29, 2018 3:30:54 p.m.
WDNR wardens urge boaters to watch for hidden debris
Recent August storms packing record downpours have pushed lake and river levels well into flood levels, tossed debris into waterways and accelerated currents in many areas of southern Wisconsin.
Outdoor Recreation
Thursday, August 23, 2018 7:02:50 p.m.
Last revised: Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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